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[PC/MAC] The Sims 4 - Standard Edition @ CDkeys £7.99 [Origin]
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[PC/MAC] The Sims 4 - Standard Edition @ CDkeys £7.99 [Origin]

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Refreshed 6th Dec 2019 (Posted 29th Nov 2019)

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The Sims 4 - Standard Edition
Release date: September 4, 2014
Platforms:
Microsoft Windows
macOS
Download and activate via Origin platform

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DESCRIPTION:
The Sims 4 is a life simulation game, similar to its predecessors. Players create a Sim character and control their life to explore different personalities which change the way the game plays out. Sims can multitask such as talk while doing a task.

RRP: £ 39.99
NOW: £ 7.99

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//price update 06/12/19
//price update 16/12/19 -> 7.99
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6 Comments
Does anyone know where to get cheap expansion packs for Sims 4 on PC? As it seems only the actual game gets the heavy discounts.
Heat and bought- again....
xxDelxx06/12/2019 10:33

Does anyone know where to get cheap expansion packs for Sims 4 on PC? As …Does anyone know where to get cheap expansion packs for Sims 4 on PC? As it seems only the actual game gets the heavy discounts.


I think you may just be underestimating the cost of the expansion packs
Price of the add-on starts from 6.99 @ cdkeys EA charge more for add-ons than the game.. sick
Oh my lord, Origin account, inserting keys and whatnot....sounds a bit complicated for me and daughter has special needs. Is it worth bothering on a crappy old laptop? She also has iPhone though so would that be better?
barry.turner14/12/2019 15:29

Oh my lord, Origin account, inserting keys and whatnot....sounds a bit …Oh my lord, Origin account, inserting keys and whatnot....sounds a bit complicated for me and daughter has special needs. Is it worth bothering on a crappy old laptop? She also has iPhone though so would that be better?


It’s really not that complicated. You just download Origin and there’s an ‘add game’ on the top right you click on, enter the code provided, it’ll show you the game the code is for, you click add it and it should download automatically and then appear in your library on the Origin window.

I’m not sure about the old laptop, though. Base game might be fine, but expansion packs, mods, and custom content are what really make the game and they need some processing power.

They recently made the base game only compatible with 64-bit computers too (this bit does get complicated), but if you had a 32-bit computer, they let you download The Sims 4 Legacy instead. It’s the same game, but without access to the gallery, future updates and support, and only expansion packs up to the latest one (Discover University) would work with it.

It’s a really good game, though. An escape from real life, creating a whole world absent of the worst aspects of real life. With expansion packs, you can have pets, experience seasons and celebrate Christmas (Santa even visits on Christmas Eve!), get into gardening (I actually picked up some of my real life gardening knowledge from gardening in The Sims!), and if you’re into magic, there’s a game pack for that too (I recreated Hogwarts Castle!). It’s the one game I’ve stuck with other the years, as it’s not like a game that goes from start to finish and then it’s over. Once I’m done with one household, I can just build a new one on another plot and the original house and characters are still there, walking around the world, and can be returned to at any time. Quite often they’re all friends and visit each other anyway. I’m nowhere near filling my Sims world up with all my favourite fictional characters yet. Will probably be years before I reach maximum capacity. That’s what makes it worth the investment (I’m still not paying more than half price for the expansion packs, though!). So, I’d say give it a go and just see how she likes it. Maybe have a look at the different expansion and game packs too, though, and think about what she might like to add to the game to make it more personal (most of the older ones, like Pets and Seasons, can be bought for about £10). Exactly the same process to add packs as the base game.

I found the iPhone game wasn’t as good, and kinda stressful, as there’s all these timed events. I like that with the proper game you can just close the game and return to where you left off whenever you like; time stands still when you’re not playing it, so there’s no pressure to play it frequently.
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